2 May 2020
It can be a challenge finding a regular time to be creative when there are plenty of distractions in everyday life. But the desire to bring more creativity into your life doesn’t mean you have to spend hours with your camera. It’s about finding a way that suits you and your lifestyle, whether that’s 15... Read More
5 Apr 2020
It is easy to look at other people’s images and see your own shortcomings.Be kind to yourself and evaluate your progress by seeing your own progress, instead of constantly comparing yourself to others. Being an artist with a camera usually means working alone. Most of us need a mix of alone-time and connection with others,... Read More
9 Mar 2020
Impressionist photography is lively, spontaneous, unpredictable ̶ with a will of its own. It’s a type of photography perfectly suited to exploration and discovery. There are no definite rules in impressionist photography; each picture is different and each subject matter comes with its own demands. For this reason, it is important to have a clear... Read More
20 Jan 2020
January is the perfect time to reprioritise your life and set goals for the months to come. Making a plan for your artistic endeavours might be the last thing you feel like doing, but it can be a great way to focus on your creative photographic goals and find ways to achieve them. Many people... Read More
13 Oct 2019
There is a big difference between accidental blur and intentional motion blur that captures a sense of movement and energy. Capturing the drama and grace of moving subjects takes practice and skill and your camera is a powerful and creative tool, capable of producing images that convey speed, energy and passion.
15 Sep 2019
The majority of us hardly ever give colour a great deal of attention. We experience the world in colour and, usually, we take it for granted. For me, colour is one of the most important aspects of impressionist photography. Learning how to work with colour was always very important. Sometimes the world can be an... Read More
17 Mar 2019
There is magic in the process of making photographs. For me, it is a way to express beauty, time, and other emotions and feelings that I can’t put into words. For me, a successful image is not necessarily about accuracy and representation, but much more to do with a personal response and interpretation.
25 Dec 2018
May all the joys of the Christmas Season be yours today and always!